I have heard many preachers speak on the subject of "ability" versus "availability" when it comes to serving God. It is popular to say that God only cares about the latter. I have often heard it said that the original apostles were "uneducated" fishermen who "turned the world upside down."
That's certainly not true of Saul of Tarsus, who became known as Paul. His own testimony was that he studied under Gamaliel and was "a Pharisee of the Pharisees." One of the reasons his adversaries plotted so often to kill him, in various cities, was that he reasoned so well from the Hebrew Scriptures that Jesus was the prophesied Messiah.
Even so, supposing that we leave out Paul - he himself considered he was not worthy to be grouped with the other apostles because he persecuted the church - it is laughable to refer to the apostles as "uneducated."
Show me the faculty lists of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, Oxford, Cambridge, or any university in the world. Show me where they list God as a faculty member. Yet these men whom we call "uneducated" spent three years with God Incarnate as their teacher, their trainer, their chaplain, et cetera. Literally no amount of tuition in the world could buy any of us an education like they had.
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